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Moshe Katz is the owner of Atid Properties, a real estate investment and management company and Yellow Wood, a premier outdoor gear boutique. He is currently the chair and past campaign chair of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, a chair of the Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center. He was the Interim Principal of Jewish Education from 2011-2012 and is a teacher at the Milwaukee Jewish Day School for the past 18 years. Moshe has taught adult education classes and has been an independent speaker for many years. He is a past Cluster Chair for Milwaukee, St. Paul, Madison and Tulsa of Partnership 2Gether of the Jewish Agency for Israel, and served on the board of the Milwaukee Jewish Free Loan Association. He is a past President of Milwaukee Jewish Council for Community Relations and a past General and Campaign Chair of State of Israel Bonds, Wisconsin and past Chair of the Coalition for Jewish Learning. He has served nationally on both the boards of Jewish

Educational Service of North America and Coalition for Advancement in Jewish Education. His past board service includes Independence First and Creative Sharp.


Moshe served with distinction in the Israel Defense Forces and received his Master’s Degree in Jewish Studies from the Cleveland College of Jewish Studies (Case Western Reserve University) and an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Education from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Moshe has received recognition from the Jewish Community Center, Milwaukee Jewish Federation and the State of Israel Bonds. He is fluent in Hebrew and keeps a second residence in Tel-Aviv. Moshe, a tri-athlete, enjoyed olympic, half and full ironman distances. Moshe is an avid hiker including treks to Base Camp Everest, Peru, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and of course Wisconsin. Plans include a trek to Patagonia in

February 2019!


Married to Debra, they are the proud parents of Cydny, 24 and

Gabriel, 22.


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